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Nursing Homes: Efforts to Strengthen Federal Enforcement Have Not Deterred Some Homes from Repeatedly Harming Residents
Previous reports on nursing homes (NH) concluded t

 
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By Kathryn G. Allen (au)
Year: 2007
Pages: 93
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1422317226

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Previous reports on nursing homes (NH) concluded that enforce. actions, known as sanctions, were ineffective in encouraging NH to maintain compliance with fed. quality require.; & sanctions were often rescinded before being implemented because NH had a grace period to correct deficiencies. In response, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid (CMS) Serv. began requiring immediate sanctions for NH that repeatedly harmed residents. Using enforcement & deficiency data, this report: analyzed fed. sanctions from FY 2000 through 2005 against 63 NH previously reviewed; & assessed CMS’s overall mgmt. of enforcement. The 63 NH had a history of harming residents & were located in 4 states that account  for about 22% of NH nationwide. Tables.

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